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Baclofen
...  his or her doctor if he or she is taking muscle relaxants, sleeping pills or tranquilizers. Medical history must also be disclosed to the doctor - blood clots, stroke incidences, cerebral palsy, parkinson’s disease, ulcers, kidney diseases, cerebral palsy, diabetes and psychiatric conditions. This is important because the presence of other drugs taken and conditions experienced may  ...

Cabaser
...  is a medication that is best for patients who are suffering from parkinson’s disease, and hormone irregularities like too much prolactin production. A mixture of a lot of ergot fungi alkaloids derivatives, it is also a causative agent that is useful in preventing breast milk production in females who are lactating, though it’s not as good for those who have recently given  ...

Geodon
...  dofetilide, dolasetron, droperidol, erythromycin, ketoconazole, levomethadyl, mefloquine, mesoridazine, moxifloxacin, pentidine, pimozide, quinidine, sotalol, tacrolimus, and medications for parkinson’s and for hypertension should not be given to patients under treatment with Geodon. All above-mentioned medications have negative interaction with Ziprasidone, and other medications  ...

Parkinsons Disease
...  disease is a type of motor system disorder or degenerative disorder of the central nervous system that involves the impairment of the person’s speech, motor skills and several other important functions. There are four major symptoms of this condition; and this includes: trembling of the arms, hands, legs, jaw, and the face; tremor; slowness of movement; and postural instability  ...

Basal Nuclei
...  Motor coordination and organization are major functions of the body that have to occur without hitches. If there is a dysfunction of these cells, debilitating conditions like cerebral palsy and parkinson’s disease are unwanted outcomes. Slow, uncoordinated muscle movements caused by damage to the brain characterize cerebral palsy. Slow, rigid muscle movements depict parkinson’s  ...


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